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McGill University Launches a Major New Study on HPV Prevention Using Divine 9 Personal Lubricants with Carragel
Date:1/7/2013

icants whenever they are in intimate situations for a period of one year. During their monthly follow-ups, the women will visit designated clinics to determine their HPV infection rates.

“We have worked closely with Dr. Franco and his team at McGill University on this remarkable study to reduce HPV prevention using our special Carragel formulation contained in Divine 9 personal lubricant,” said Dean Fresonke, CEO of Divine Corporation. “With positive results, the world will have a powerful new weapon in the battle against cancer.”

About Divine Corporation

Divine Corporation is dedicated to improving your sexual wellbeing. Intensive research has led to a line of products formulated with the company’s proprietary carrageenan formula called Carragel®. Carragel is showing promise in its ability to block HPV infection in government-funded, independent laboratory studies. In addition to potential health benefits, Divine 9® delivers a sensual experience with its exotic, slippery feel that dries clean, never sticky. Look for Divine personal lubricants in health food stores, on-line drugstores such as Amazon.com and Drugstore.com, and other discriminating websites. Divine 9 with Carragel is “The Ultimate in Pleasure & Protection”® Learn more at http://www.divine9lubricants.com.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Jeff Hawkins 310-720-0215, jeff(at)divine9lubricants(dot)com

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